[isf-wifidog] Auth Server up... but can't figure out a couple of things.

David Hudak daveh at charm.net
Ven 12 Mai 09:29:05 EDT 2006

Thanks for you reply!

I know the install.php that I run through has the 'Administration 
account' portion that tells me my administrator user account is 'admin' 
but I don't see a way to set a password or even change it.  If it 
offered this my first run through of the install.php, I don't 
remember.... I was just too excited that I finally got everything else 
working at that point.

Is there a default password for the 'admin' account, or a way I can 
reset it if I am just crazy and forgot setting it originally?  All I can 
do on the 'Administration account' screen of the install php script at 
this point is click 'back' or 'next'.

David Hudak
Charm Net
daveh at charm.net
410-361-8160 x612

Benoit Grégoire wrote:
> On May 11, 2006 06:04 pm, David Hudak wrote:
>> Hello,
>> This is my first post to the list... but I've managed get the Auth
>> Server up and working with my OpenWRT/Wifidog Linksys router on my own,
>> with very rudimentary Linux skills.  Pretty happy with what I have so
>> far.  Here is where I need some help though:
>> 1.  In the Auth Server interface, I see the option for 'Administration'
>> login.  How do I get in?  When I click here, I'm taken back to the login
>> page.  I assume I need to login with an account that has administrative
>> privileges but am not sure the user/pass to do so.
> Did you run trough the install script?  It should have given you the 
> opportunity to add an administrative account.
>> I can't find where I adjust the email properties ....
>> I'm thinking the Auth Server Administration interface will let me do
>> some of this...
> Indeed, you can change it from the network administration interface once you 
> get there.
>> Can anyone give me pointers on these two items?  Also, I found very,
>> very few resources on getting the auth server up.  Are there any user
>> created mini-guides/blogs/how to's you guys can point me to on this?  I
>> plan on reloading the auth server on another box to gain experience and
>> do things cleaner... would appreciate any pointer sites/docs.  Thanks
>> for a wonderful project!!
> See http://dev.wifidog.org/wiki/doc/install/
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